Meeting of Brock and Tecumseh, 1812
Signed l.l.: C.W. JEFFERYS
Inscribed on bottom "Meeting of Brock and Tecumseh at Amherstburg, 1812
Credit: Library and Archives Canada, Acc. No. 1972-26-1360
- 1979 - Historical Painting. Curators: Fern Bayer, Ministry of Government Service, Ontario Government, Toronto, Ontario; 1979.04.01 - 1979.06.30.
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Fardy, B.D. Before Beaumont Hamel: the Royal Newfoundland Regiment, 1775-1815. St. John’s, Nfld., Creative Publishers, 1995. 203 p. Illus. p. 172 - “Tecumseh meets General Brock: The night before Brock’s attack Fort Detroit, the Shawnee chief sat by late into the night as the General and his officers debated whether or not to attack. When Brock finally ended the debate at 4:00 a.m. by declaring that he would attack,
Techumsehpointed to the General and said to his fellow chiefs, ‘Ho! This is a man.’”
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